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We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and†then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
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Submitted by: Anthony F. on Mar 04, 2014Hey Harold! Just checkin in. It's almost been a year, Wyatt has been one if the best dogs I've ever owned. I've been training him to retrieve, flush, shed hunt, and of course be a professional baby. I've been meaning to email you for quite sometime, thank you for providing excellent dogs and excellent genetics! Anthony
Submitted by: Lisa, Brian & Kate in Ohio. on Feb 27, 2014Hi Harold,
I hope things are going well with you and Renee. I have been meaning to send this email to you for the last few weeks but things have been real hectic and it slipped my mind. Lisa reminded me to send it tonight or we will run out of time.
I wanted to let you know that we will not be bringing Liv down this weekend. Here is the reason why, we have been running her up here in Ohio and what a hard running, big running dog she is becoming. You know that Lisa and I are old retriever field trial people and with Liv's pedigree and what she is showing we thought why not give her the chance and see if she can make it as a trial dog. So we sent her out with Jimmy Johnson about three weeks ago to see if she has what it takes. She has already been to Mississippi and she is currently down at Mingo Sportmans club here in southern OH. It is to early to tell if she will make it, she has only been with Jimmy about three weeks but we are hoping.
I hope you will not miss her to much but I figured you had enough to keep you busy anyhow with all the other dogs. We will miss visiting with you and Renee but would still like to come down sometime in the near future, maybe in May if that works with your schedule.
Again thanks for everything and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Your friends and fellow Brittany lovers in Cleveland OH
Lisa and Brian E.
Submitted by: Tom Larson on Feb 25, 2014Hi Harold,
We met two years ago in the parking lot at Alís Oasis in Chamberlain S. Dakota on the opening weekend of pheasants. I was with the group who had the lawn chairs in the parking lot and we shared some time and conversation together. Just wanted you to know how much my family and I enjoy your emails and pictures of the dogs and pups. Thanks for continuing to keep in touch.
Submitted by: Tim in Illinois on Feb 18, 2014Here is what I would say at this point RE Penny for a testimonial:
Harold was kind enough to deliver "Penny" to our home in WI, on an approval basis. At the age of 6 months, she chased and pointed quail naturally in
the first three days she was at my house. Picked them up with a soft mouthand didn't kill them. Impressive! Harold called after three days to make sure we were happy with the Penny, and if not was willing to pick her up
and take her back, refunding our money. No chance. She is calm and a
delight in and out of the house.
Harold had her crate trained by the time she got here, and in the first ten
days she has learned stay, sit, heel, kennel and "OK". She is amazingly easy to teach (the dog makes the trainer.....) and just wants to please. My wife, who is not a dog person was a little uneasy getting the first dog in her life (58 years!!!!). But she has really taken to Penny, even with the inevitable accident or two in the house. (Those accidents were really learning opportunities for us, more our fault than hers.)
I took Penny to "PheasantFest" yesterday in Milwaukee with 500 dogs and 6,000 people in the convention center. Calm and relaxed, Penny was the best salesperson Harold could have had in the world at that convention. No
issues at all, and a hit with everyone who approached.
Penny has the genes to be an amazing hunting dog. ("Gamblers Ace in the
Hole" and Grand Junction Jake") It is up to me to maximize her potential to
be an awesome hunting companion in addition to a loving house pet. Stay
tuned! Best to you my friend. Tim
Submitted by: Baron in Utah on Feb 18, 2014Harold,
Hank is doing well with our family. We have the potty training complete and are working on the heeling. Appreciate your assistance with us helping to add Hank to our family.
All the best,
Submitted by: Matt J. on Feb 01, 2014Harold, I just wanted to give you a quick update on Hunter. Heís been doing very well. He seems to be quite comfortable with my brotherís family and he loves spending time with my daughter, Lydia, as well. Weíve been tremendously impressed with his switch Ė he goes from laid back family pet inside to a bundle of energy outside. His obedience has also gotten very sharp as heís bonded with Nate. Matt.
Submitted by: Tony D. on Jan 28, 2014Thanks for taking the time to show us around your kennels, for showing us the new puppies, (and the old ones), and for sharing your wisdom about this yearís upcoming Montana Hunt! I was eager to bring my Rex out to show you how he has grown and matured over the past year. Rex is just 19 months old, but has always run like an older and stronger dog. He sure enjoyed running around your property.
We will work to get his derby points this spring in trials, as we look forward to a great future in dog trialing. We have met so many Brittany owners that run trials and all have such wonderful comments about how impressed they are with Rex. Itís been such a fun adventure watching how so many of these exceptional dogs run thru each course, and how they keep such focus on hunting birds over varied terrain. Rex is a true all-age dog but, he is showing some real flexibility in his handling now, he is really ďbirdyĒ. I am proud of Rex, and thankful that I found a kennel where I can genuinely find an exceptional bird dog and hunting companion. Tony D.
Submitted by: Brian & Lisa from Ohio on Jan 24, 2014Harold,
Thought you might like to see a picture of Liv out training on point today. How she has changed in a short three weeks. We have been working her on birds once a week and her intensity and drive is fantastic. I think she is going to be a big running dog which would be fine, Lisa and I have talked about the possibilities of trialing this one.
On another note today was the first time Tripper was out on live training birds in a while you would have thought she was a kid in a candy store. I have never seen her so intense. I have started to work her some with a trainer here in Ohio and since she is such a big running dog we may see how she takes to some limited trialing this fall.
That's it for now, hope all is well with you and Renee and we look forward to seeing you in March.
Talk to you soon
Submitted by: Pat in Michigan on Jan 13, 2014Harold - what nice looking pups. I especially like the darker colors.Have fun!!!!!!
BiebelBrittany Rusty is doing great. We take daiiy walks - in the snow! He is a real joy but he got chased from the house and he now lives in the garage u till he grows a mor Michigan suited coat. He is getting bigger and based on the amount of loose skin and size of his feet, I think he will probably be in the 40 lb range.
Good luck with the pups.
Pat in MI Sent from my iPad
Submitted by: Randy in IN on Jan 07, 2014Harold, I had BiebelBrittany Brock to a trainer this past week and he is holding a strong point on quail. And is a natural backing to a silhouette. and most importantly and all naturally retrieving to hand! I am looking forward to getting him out with my son in law on some wild birds soon. Thanks!! Donít have any pictures at this point but will send your way once I do. Randy in IN.